Poisonous, Spring Bulbs
Full sun only
4 in. apart,
9 bulbs/sq. ft.
Late Spring (May)
5 in. to bulb base
Southern Europe and northern Africa
|Fragrant loose white spheres on 12″ stems in May. Introduced in Europe in the 1700’s.
Plant in full sun in well–drained soil. Will tolerate summer drought but needs moisture during growing season.
Resistant to deer, rabbits and deer. Will naturalize. Attracts bees and butterflies.
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Dave’s Garden, All things Plants or Texas Superstar
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